Administration of Moscow region intends to develop a timetable for remediation of municipal solid waste (MSW) “Kuchino”, closed by order of President Vladimir Putin, next week. This was announced by Minister of ecology and nature management of the Moscow region Alexander Kogan on Tuesday, June 27, reports TASS.
“I think in the next week clearly we can talk about specific dates, schedules the design work and when it will be possible to start reclamation,” — said the official. According to him, Moscow authorities solve a question of financing of works.
Developing a road map, and the specialists also take into account the potential damage, said Kogan. In particular, in order to avoid fires need clean soil, which has already started arriving to the landfill.
According to the TV channel “360”, the meeting to reclaim in Balashikha was held by the Chairman of the Federal government Alexander Khloponin. According to him, the Ministry ordered to close the landfill prior to 22 July: this condition is failed a month earlier.
The Ministry of Finance and ecology is required until July 1 to submit proposals for funding. “I know we have different valuation of the work performed, they, unfortunately, does advertised in the media. Funds are known as colossal 4-5 billion,” — said Khloponin.
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Earlier on Tuesday the press-Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov said that Moscow authorities regularly informed the President about the situation of “Kuchino”. Official Kremlin spokesman stressed that the issue of landfills in the Moscow region is discussed not the first year. He noted that decisions in this area make not easy, as they have “so many different gotchas.”
June 22, Moscow region Governor Andrei Vorobyov has ordered to close the landfill “Kuchino”, the next morning it stopped working. This occurred after the President asked for a month to close the landfill, on which he complained to the residents of Balashikha in a straight line on 15 June.